阿特湖畔的卡默尔城堡,III

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作品名称:The Schloss Kammer on the Attersee, III
中文名称:阿特湖畔的卡默尔城堡,III
创作者:古斯塔夫·克里姆特 Gustav Klimt
创作年代:1910
风格:新艺术运动
体裁:风景画
材质:布面油画
现位于:Belvedere, Vienna, Austria
实际尺寸:110 x 110 cm
版权信息: Public Domain(公有领域)

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作品介绍(机器翻译)

从1900年到1916年,古斯塔夫·克里姆特每年都会在上奥地利湖区的阿特拉斯湖上呆上几个星期。1908年夏天,克里姆特和弗洛格一家在舍夫林附近的卡默尔租下了夹竹桃别墅,并在那里度过了每一个夏季,直到1912年。湖边的别墅提供了卡默尔城堡的迷人景色。这座17世纪的相对简单的防御性城堡建筑位于突出湖面的一个半岛上。克里姆特以绘画的形式捕捉到了城堡的五个场景,每个场景都是从不同的角度绘制的。这幅1909年或1910年夏天的城堡场景是由这位艺术大师从湖的对岸画的。很明显,这幅大画不可能在一艘不稳定的划艇上创作,因为巨大的画布在最弱的风中也一定会倒下。克里姆特甚至不允许自己对场景的真实性采取任何自由行动。相反,他倾向于将他的主题精确地放在画布上,使之符合照片的真实性。因此,他的画作所创作的原始地点今天仍然可以精确地确定。

克里姆特的所有风景画都是严格的静态构图。不仅没有人,而且气候的变化,如风或雨,也几乎从后来的风景画中被驱逐。这些画代替了他们自己的艺术世界,似乎只由光线和颜色组成。克里姆特特别重视其风景画的形式构成。每个细节都起着重要的作用。克里姆特在他几乎所有的风景画中都采用了方形的画面格式,这并非偶然。这种格式是由于克里姆特在寻找合适的主题时经常使用方形框架。许多风景画都是独特的摘录,是这种精心寻找主题的结果,地平线和天空经常出现,仿佛被任意隐藏。

原文:

"From 1900 to 1916, Gustav Klimt spent several weeks each year on the Attersee in the lakes region of Upper Austria. In the summer of 1908, Klimt and the Flöge family rented Villa Oleander in Kammer near Schörfling, and spent each of their summer months there until 1912. The villa on the lake offered a charming view of Schloss Kammer. The relatively simple fortified castle building from the 17th century is located on one of the peninsulas protruding into the lake. Klimt captured the castle in painting form in five scenes, each painted from different points of view. This castle scene from the summer of 1909 or 1910 was painted by the master artist from the opposite shore of the lake. It is clear that this large painting could not have been created on an unstable rowboat, as the huge canvas would have surely fallen over in the weakest of winds. Klimt did not even allow himself to take any liberties with the reality of a scene. Rather, he tended to place his motifs on the canvas with photo-realistic precision. Therefore, the original sites where his paintings were created can still be precisely determined today.
All of Klimt's landscapes are strictly static compositions. Not only are there no people, but changes in climate, such as the wind or rain, were all but banished from later landscapes. The paintings instead house their own artistic worlds that appear to consist only of light and color. Klimt placed special value on the formal composition of his landscapes. Each detail plays an important role. It was no accident that Klimt used the square picture format for nearly all his landscapes. This format is due to the square frame Klimt frequently used when looking for suitable motifs. Many landscapes are unique excerpts as a consequence of this calculated search for motifs, and the horizon and sky often appear as if arbitrarily hidden."